April 5, 2005
Round 1
Rounds 2-3
1 p.m.
2 p.m.

NCAA Tournament
March 18 - April 4

NCAA Tournament index
LSU duo could be the best
Time for Currie to come up big
Temple's Candace Dupree's diary
Women's game gains chauvinist-convert

For complete NCAA coverage, visit ESPN.com.
as of March 16

Seimone Augustus, LSU
Cappie Pondexter, Rutgers
Monique Currie, Duke
Sophia Young, Baylor
Candice Dupree, Temple
Tamara James, Miami
7.Sherill Baker, Georgia
Megan Duffy, Notre Dame
Lisa Willis, UCLA
10.La'Tangela Atkinson, UNC
Tye'sha Fluker, Tennessee
12.Nikki Blue , UCLA
13.Ann Strother, Connecticut
14.Khara Smith, DePaul

What do you think will happen? Fans tell us who they think will be the top picks in this year's draft and what teams need.

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Which WNBA prospect do you think will win the NCAA Tournament?
Which WNBA prospect do you think will win the NCAA Tournament?
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Consensus At the Top
When many of the top young players in the WNBA were surveyed, they all agreed on who the top four picks in the 2006 WNBA Draft should be. Having played with and against them in college, their opinions certainly have some weight.
Prospects in the NCAA Tournament
NCAA Tournament Schedule and Results
What I've Learned Since Draft | Team needs

WNBA Player Personnel Prospect Report
Renee Brown and Angela Taylor have spent all winter scouting every player on every team across the nation (including Duke's Monique Currie, at right). They have watched the tape, sat in the arena and bring you some of their top prospects to watch in the NCAA Tournament leading up to the Draft.
Lynx 2006 Draft Central | Who goes first?
Sting 2006 Draft Central | McCarville chat Weds 3:30 ET

WNBA Players' Favorite NCAA Memories
From shocking first round upsets and Cinderella runs to Final Four appearances and consecutive National Championships, the memories are clear and cherished as today's WNBA stars were the NCAA Tournament stars of the past.
Players' NCAA Tournament Brackets | Picks
Mercury Tournament picks | Seattle | San Antonio
2006WNBA Draft to take place in Boston on April 5

2006 WNBA Draft Order - First Round
1Minnesota Lynx (14-20)
2Phoenix Mercury (16-18)
3Charlotte Sting (6-28)
4San Antonio Silver Stars (7-27)
5Los Angeles Sparks (17-17)
6Chicago Sky
7Minnesota Lynx (14-20)
8Washington Mystics (16-18)
9Indiana Fever (21-13)
10Charlotte Sting (6-28)
11 Seattle Storm (20-14)
12New York (18-16)
13Sacramento Monarchs (25-9)
14Sacramento Monarchs (25-9)


Despite the odds, the ping pong balls came up in favor of the Minnesota Lynx in the 2006 WNBA Draft Lottery.
-What Lottery teams need


Janel McCarville was chosen first, but Temeka Johnson went on to win the 2005 WNBA Rookie of the Year.

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